Ilona Zaremba



Riga Stradins University, professional bachelor's degree in healthcare and qualification as a physiotherapist


Latvian Physiotherapists Association


Rehabilitation center Jaunķemeri


Functional assessment of the patient
Individual sessions
Group sessions
Sling therapy
Kinesiology taping

Physiotherapy examination methods used:

  • Obtaining a medical history
  • Respiratory and cardiovascular assessment
  • Static postural functional activity assessment 
  • Assessment of osteokinematic and arthrokinematic joint movements
  • Assessment of muscle function and balance
  • Neurological examination of the patient
  • Palpatory examination of the musculoskeletal system
  • Performing special tests necessary for the examination of the patient (e.g. passive and active joint stability tests)
  • Posture and gait analysis
  • Tests to assess the functional status of the nervous system (upper, lower Barré test, toe-nose test, heel-knee test, Romberg test, nerve root impingement tests)
  • Formulation of physiotherapy goals and integration of physiotherapy goals into the patient's overall treatment and rehabilitation plan

Technologies used in physiotherapy treatment:

  • Patient positioning, repositioning
  • Individualised therapeutic exercises (passive therapeutic exercises (passive movements, passive stretching exercises), active assisting exercises, active exercises, therapeutic exercises in water)
  •  Therapeutic active exercises in groups (active with and without tools, exercises using different positions and support surfaces)
  • Vertical exercise with control of objective and subjective orthostatic responses
  • Postural drainage with specific breathing exercises (postural drainage, specific breathing exercises)
  • Specific physiotherapy techniques or elements thereof (kinesiology taping, proprioceptive neuromuscular fascilitation, specific relaxation techniques such as diephragmatic breathing)
  • Selection of aids and training in their use
  • Individual dosage of different types of exercise
  • Gait training
  • Balance training
  • Coordination training
  • Soft tissue techniques